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Places to see in Oregon   U.S.A

Started Feb-3 by Gimmie Chocolate Shorty (TOILETHEA1); 78 views.

19 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Oregon

Boardman State Park

Boardman State Park is a great starting point for anyone who wants to start exploring the natural beauty of Oregon. The park – which is named after the first Oregon Parks superintendent, Samuel H Boardman – is close to both Route 101 and the city of Brookings. The park boasts a few secluded small beaches, some sand dunes and stunning scenery that will take your breath away. There are 27 miles of Oregon Coast Trail to enjoy in Boardman State Park too and most of these are easy beginner hikes.

Tulip field in Woodburn

Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm dates back some 65 years ago and is a must-see for anyone visiting Oregon for the first time. Since 1985, the family that owns the farm has been opening the fields for people to enjoy every Easter weekend, and now the farm is open from the end of March to the first week in May. With 40 acres of beautiful fields to explore, Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm is a brilliant day out for all the family.

Mount Hood

Mount Hood is Oregon’s highest point, but the peak is so much more than that. The mountain, which was called Wy’east by the Multnomah tribe, is often described as the crown jewel of the Columbia River Gorge. Mount Hood, one of the seven wonders of Oregon, is home to a wide range of hiking trails, while there is also skiing, snowboarding and climbing available. The foothills of Mount Hood are well worth exploring as well, as they boast farms, wildflowers and orchards, while there are many lodges to stay in nearby too. Thrillseekers can even enjoy extreme sports such as sailing, windsurfing, hang-gliding and parasailing in the imposing shadow of Mount Hood.

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